Background: Students nowadays need to increasingly develop research and problem solving skills, search habits, and critical thinking skills to enter the age of knowledge and face the twenty-first century's amazing transformations. Fit and solve complex problems in themselves, teaching thinking and learning skills through teaching methods - learning process-based or inquiry- based or problem-solving seems to be necessary.Purpose: The purpose of this study was to provide a desirable social science curriculum based on a inquiry-based approach.Method: Quantitative and qualitative research was carried out. The statistical population of this research is in the qualitative phase of thinking and thought of scholars about research based on books, documents, articles, journals, texts and internet sites, and in the small phase of all the educators in the field of curriculum planning and The study area was research based on which 15 students were selected as a sample.The information gathering tool in the qualitative phase of the Glaser and Strauss content analysis technique and content analysis worksheets and in the quantitative phase was a researcher-made questionnaire consisting of objectives and content categories in the cognitive, value-oriented, and skillful fields. After fitting the goals and content of social studies, based on the inquiry-based components, an analytical-deductive technique proposed teaching and evaluation methods.Findings: The results show that according to extractive components, the vast majority of experts acknowledged that the goals and content of social studies curriculum based on a inquiry- based approach should include features such as problem solving, critical thinking, curiosity, activity-centeredness, Self-leadership and creativity. Also, based on theoretical foundations and experiences of leading countries teaching methods (axial problem, exploration, exploration, group discussion, role play, brainstorming, and collaborative approach) and evaluation methods: (Continuous evaluation, self-evaluation, free discussion, open goal, work folder, group and individual evaluation), Periodic feedback, reporting and peer-review) were suggested.